All About Alligators

All About Alligators Part of a major reprinting of renowned naturalist Jim Arnosky s beloved All About series All About Alligators is a thorough and colorful introduction to the world of alligators In Spring Nonficti

  • Title: All About Alligators
  • Author: Jim Arnosky
  • ISBN: 9780590467896
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • Part of a major reprinting of renowned naturalist Jim Arnosky s beloved All About series, All About Alligators is a thorough and colorful introduction to the world of alligators.In Spring 08, Nonfiction is relaunching Arnosky s treasured All About series with all new paperback covers In All About Alligators, Arnosky shows how these animals grow and live, answerPart of a major reprinting of renowned naturalist Jim Arnosky s beloved All About series, All About Alligators is a thorough and colorful introduction to the world of alligators.In Spring 08, Nonfiction is relaunching Arnosky s treasured All About series with all new paperback covers In All About Alligators, Arnosky shows how these animals grow and live, answering kids biggest questions about alligators, such as Where do alligators live What do alligators eat How big do they get What sounds do they make And there s information about crocodiles, too Packed with intriguing information and brought to life by Arnosky s vibrant watercolors, this book will fascinate young readers.

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    1. Informational book number 5- Alligators are cold blooded reptiles with their closest relative being the crocodile. You can tell them apart from the shape of their noses. Alligators have a third eyelid which is transparent for seeing underwater. They are semiaquatic which means they spend half of their time in water and the other half on land. Young alligators will be watched over by their mothers for at least 2 years. Alligators can live up to 50-60 years and become 20 feet long. When alligators [...]

    2. This book is appropriate for grades 2-4. I would use this book to teach the students about reptiles by providing them an example of one: an alligator! This book contains many facts about an alligator. An alligator has some traits that all reptiles have so I would use this book in the explain portion and leave it out for the children to use in the elaborate portion of a 5E lesson plan.

    3. In addition to being an informative book about alligators, this would also be a good book that a little boy might enjoy. It does more than tell about the alligator itself; it tells about the impact that the alligator has on the environment in which it lives.

    4. I think this book is good. I think this book is very educational book about were they live and what they do in the wild. I learned a lot of details about alligators.If you like animals you should read this book.

    5. Good little book, and got to learn a little more about alligators. And was a good way to spend a quiet morning.

    6. This book really is all about alligators. How they look, what they eat, where they live and keeping safe around them. Great illustrations!

    7. AR Quiz No. 48158 EN NonfictionAccelerated Reader Quiz Information IL: LG - BL: 5.2 - AR Pts: 0.5Accelerated Reader Quiz Type Information AR Quiz Types: RP

    8. This book is all about alligators. Alligators are reptiles and reptiles are cold-blooded animals. This means that these animals control their body temperature by moving to a warmer or cooler place. Alligators have very powerful jaws and hunt for other animals. They spend half of their time in the water and can live in many different bodies of water. Mothers are very protective of their babies, so be careful if you ever see a baby alligator! I thought that this was a very good informational book. [...]

    9. This book is, as the title says, all about alligators. It teaches the reader about the different types of alligators as well as the different places that they live. It also tells the reader all about the types of food they eat, as well as about the different sounds they make.I liked this book a lot and would definitely use it to teach my students about alligators.

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